Resources for Students and Teachers
Learn More about Sacajawea and her people, the Agaidika Shoshone-Bannock.
Walk In the Footsteps of Lewis & Clark and the Corps of Discovery with knowledgeable guides!
Several local outfitters and guides provide Lewis and Clark expeditions each season. Some are multi-day trips down the Salmon River, others you can do in an afternoon. Contact the following companies to learn more about what they offer. Rawhide Outfitter’s Lewis & Clark Idaho vacations, Idaho Adventure’s Lewis and Clark rafting tours, and Aggipah Raft Trip’s Lewis and Clark Salmon River History Trip. Each with delicious meals and an educated tour guide who will share interesting facts and stories about the famous Lewis and Clark explorers.
Idaho Statesman Special Edition, January 2004. Countless Americans have grown up believing Sacajawea was the Indian guide who led Lewis and Clark to the Pacific Ocean, when in fact she wasn’t a guide at all. Click above to read the real story!
The Agaidikas and Tukudikas are considered the first residents of the upper Lemhi Valley, dating back 10,000 years or more. Archaeological research indicates that buffalo, when present were hunted throughout the 10,000 years of Indian occupancy of the Lemhi Valley.
Easy to find on the Main Street of Salmon, the museum features a large collection of Lemhi Shoshone artifacts and local history exhibits.
The following organizations were integral in providing financial support to develop and print our Activity Booklet.
Idaho Community Foundation and the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail